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Yahweh's Warrior (Dahveed #2)

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He was Israels beloved champion. Not only had he saved the kingdom, but the lives of Hassar Jonathan and King Shaul as well. Even so, Shaul took away his freedom . . . and then gave him the generals mantle. A bittersweet reward indeed for Yahwehs chosen one.But he wasnt ready yet to lead the armies of Israelor to accept his true status as Mashiah. He needed timeand the has ...more
Paperback, 423 pages
Published November 1st 2009 by Review & Herald Publishing
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Victor Nyachieo
The second book of the incredible Dahveed series was such an incredible read. The first book of this series was all about David walking according to God's will and overcoming the fear of bring shame to his family. In the Second book, Dahveed, after defeating Goliath and coming home as Israel's champion is forced to face an angry jealous king. Never the less, King Saul stays true to his word and rewards Dahveed with the marriage to Merab and the title of general of Israel's army. Through many ch ...more
( ●—● ) Evelynn
As a result of the gift Yahweh granted to Dahveed, he is titled as general of King Shaul’s army after saving the hassar’s life, slaying the giant Goliath, and warning the army of an ambush by the Philistines. But as the general’s mantle is laid on his shoulder, tension surfaces between Dahveed and the former general, Abner, King Shaul’s cousin. Under the hassar’s training, Dahveed gradually becomes fitted to the title of general, though it still hangs loosely on his mind. He is used to being a z ...more
Megan
Part 2 of the life story of one of the most famous kings of all time. Fivash has a very rare talent of making these legendary figures, into real human beings. I literally had to tear myself away from it, another winner, that has me anxiously awaiting part 3.
Stephanie Frey
The very day I finished reading Daveed: Yahweh' Chosen I ordered Yahweh's Warrior. As with all her previous books, I just could not put this book down. A must have for anyone! Going now to purchase Daveed III and anxiously awaiting Daveed IV to come out.
Taylor
The best series of Bible naritives i have ever read, if you are looking for a great account of the story of david from the Bible. Look no further, this is it
Laura Rice
very good read, just as was the first book. disappointed that the next two are not available other than e-book. I really like my books in-hand!
Ben
I love the Dahveed books. Terri L. Fivash really puts the story in a good form.
Jackie
amazing!!!! part of the best series ever! everyone read it
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I have never lived more than 30 miles from Lake Michigan. I was born on the east side, grew up on the west side, and now live on the east side again. However, I rarely have time to go there! I attended Andrews University, graduating with a Master's Degree in History in 1986. I am a member of Phi Alpha Theta, the national honors society for History; and a charter member of the Andrews University ch ...more
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